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Gaming affiliate Mr-Gamble has made its US market debut after securing an affiliate license from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
The casino listing site, which is owned and operated by CashMagnet Ltd, has enjoyed rapid growth since launching in Finland in 2019 and then in the UK in 2020. The team has now set its sights on the US where it plans to enter additional states in the coming months.
Players in New Jersey can use CashMagnet Ltd’s Mr-Gamble to browse and compare online casinos approved to accept players from the Garden State. They can also use powerful tools to search for the best casino bonuses available to them in less than a minute.
Moreover, the affiliate provides New Jersey online casino players with a huge library of information and guides to help them get the most out of the site as well as their time spent playing at online casinos. This includes articles on how to gamble responsibly and stay in control of their play at all times.
In addition to welcoming New Jersey players to Mr-Gamble, the CashMagnet Ltd team is also calling on online casino operators that hold a license from the Division of Gaming Enforcement to get in touch so that their brand can be reviewed and added to its dedicated New Jersey page.
Tero P?iv?rinta, Head of Accounts at CashMagnet Ltd and Mr-Gamble, said: “We are honored to have been awarded an affiliate licence by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and to launch Mr-Gamble to online casino players in the Garden State for the first time.
“As the market continues to mature and more online casino brands become available to players, sites like Mr-Gamble will play a vital role educating players and making them aware of the casinos that deliver the best experience across all key areas.
“Our tools also allow players to filter casinos based on their preferences and find the best casino bonuses available to them in less than a minute. We believe Mr-Gamble will prove to be popular with New Jersey players as well as with those in the other US states we plan to enter this year.”